The second Japan Water conference centres on the theme of power. We will look at water’s raw kinetic potential, its exploitation as a political pawn and its relevance for communities.
An on-line event, Friday 25 June, 2-6pm BST.
A huge ‘Extraction Art on the Edge of the Abyss’ project in the United States is ‘raising a ruckus’ globally to stop environmental damage. It began in the United States in 2018, initiated by the CODEX Foundation in Berkeley California. The late Edwin Dobb and Peter Rutledge Koch started it all. They wanted to rally […]
Linked to: Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss GroundWork Gallery’s Extraction Projects GroundWork Gallery’s extraction projects will involve artists and partnerships working sustainably with flint, chalk, carr stone and silica sand. We are delighted to be part of the Extraction Art on the Edge of the Abyss programme. It is very much […]
Simon Read plays a pioneering role as an artist who engages seriously with environmental issues. In doing so, he works across many disciplines. For many years he lived ‘environmentally’, on a seagoing barge. He uses his teaching and research in higher education at Middlesex University to promote and network environmentally. Simon’s art consisting of drawings, […]
GroundWork is the gallery for art and environment. As addressing climate change is our biggest challenge, discover here how artists are seeking new approaches. Join with us to share innovative ideas towards our goal of environmental sustainability. GroundWork Gallery shows work by contemporary artists who care about how we see the world. See exhibitions and […]